Danielle Rochette APTN National NewsParents from all over Quebec gathered last week in Quebec City.They were protesting what they say is unfair treatment from Youth Protection Services — and they want their children back.
Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk wants the public to know they can do the community a good turn while enjoying a nice pay day by alerting them to people who are dealing fentanyl and other toxic drugs.The local Crime Stoppers chapter conducted a two-month blitz in this area last year and will mount a similar campaign beginning March 1.Neil Unwin of Simcoe, chair of the local Crime Stoppers program, passed the hat Wednesday at the Norfolk County Police Services Board. When asked how much he’d like the board to contribute, Unwin said $5,000 is a nice number.“If we get five tips on fentanyl dealers, we’re happy to pay out $5,000 for that information,” he said.Fentanyl, carfentanil and “purple heroin” are synthetic opioids. They are cheap to manufacture and many times more potent than morphine, heroin, codeine and other natural derivatives of opium. Asia is the primary source of synthetic opioids trafficked in North America.Synthetic opioids in trace amounts can stop the breathing of people who have no tolerance for them.North America has been rocked in recent years by a wave of overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids. The depressants are sometimes added to street drugs such as Ecstasy and black-market marijuana to intensify their effects. Overdose victims often don’t know they have ingested a powerful opioid that is effectively poisonous.Because these substances are so dangerous, Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk is prepared to pay $1,000 for tips leading to large seizures of synthetic opioids or the arrest of traffickers selling them illegally.Unwin says this is not only a public health issue. Synthetic opioids as air-borne dust is a hazard for paramedics who rush in to save overdose victims. They are also a threat to police officers who execute search warrants on suspected traffickers.Norfolk’s PSB committed $1,000 to the Crime Stoppers reward fund. Unwin said individuals, businesses and corporations can earmark tax-deductible donations to Crime Stoppers for the express purpose of identifying dealers of synthetic opioids and the location of their inventories.
Registrar Hans Holthuis decided to pull out the Counsel, co-counsel, and legal assistants assigned to Zoran Zigic after a probe revealed that the suspect, who had claimed indigence, “currently has sufficient means to pay for his defence.”Mr. Zigic, who was sentenced last November to 25 years imprisonment for his crimes, has a pending appeal that will cost an estimated $32,000 for defence.The investigation found that “the accused, his immediate family and the persons with whom he resided before his detention came into substantial means which have mostly been acquired by cash transfers from members of his defence team, which in turn, were diverted from their revenues as assigned defence counsel regarding the matter.”Mr. Zigic and his close family members have assets valued at least €126,196 euros (approximately $124,000), including two apartments, a commercial company purchased last July and three vehicles. Mr. Zigic has received at least €178,280 euros (approximately $175,000) from members of his defence counsel team, according to a scheme organized by his former lead counsel, attorney Simo Tosic. The ploy included the assignment of two investigators who never actually performed work for the defence.”The actions of the accused and particular members of his defence team have gravely abused the system established by the International Tribunal to ensure effective legal assistance to all suspects and accused who are unable to pay for their defence,” said the Registrar. The Tribunal retains the right to file for recovery of funds and to conduct further investigations in relation to the conduct of all other past and present defence team members.
JPMorgan’s 4Q profit falls 7 per cent from a year earlier as bank wades through legal problems by Ken Sweet, The Associated Press Posted Jan 14, 2014 5:25 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – JPMorgan Chase said Tuesday that its profits fell 7 per cent in the fourth quarter, hampered by more legal woes.The bank had net income of $5.28 billion in the last three months of 2013, compared with a profit of $5.69 billion in the same period a year earlier.On a per-share basis, JPMorgan said it earned $1.30 a share in the quarter, compared with $1.39 a share a year earlier. The bank’s revenue fell 1 per cent to $24.1 billion.The bank’s quarterly results had several one-time items, including a 27-cent-per-share charge related to legal expenses. On an adjusted basis, the bank said it earned $1.40 per share.One of those legal expenses was the settlement over the bank’s involvement in the Ponzi scheme of Bernard Madoff. The bank agreed Jan. 8 to pay $1.7 billion to settle criminal charges stemming from its failure to report its concerns about Madoff’s private investment service.“It was in the best interests of our company and shareholders for us to accept responsibility, resolve these issues and move forward,” JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said in a statement.JPMorgan’s legal problems have weighed on the bank’s earnings. The bank posted a third-quarter loss in October, its first quarterly loss in 10 years. In this photo provided by the Robin Hood Foundation, Jamie Dimon, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of JP Morgan Chase & Co., speaks at the inaugural Robin Hood Investors Conference in New York, Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. JPMorgan Chase & Co. reports quarterly financial results before the market opens on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Robin Hood Foundation, Craig Warga)
“The reason climate change has risen on the global agenda is because the facts don’t lie. Our world is warming, and our greenhouse gas emissions are a significant cause,” Mr. Ban told members of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado.“We know this thanks to you – scientists and researchers studying the data and refusing to be swayed by politics, skeptics and interest groups.”Mr. Ban pointed out that in recent years climate change has risen to the top of the UN’s agenda as an urgent priority that is affecting all countries in increasingly extreme ways, from flooding in Asia to tornadoes in the United States and drought in the Sahel.“We need people like you, and institutions like this, to analyze the trends, sort the data and produce useful information for forming policy,” Mr. Ban said. “Your work makes my job easier. I am committed to mobilizing political will at the highest levels to address this global challenge.”Next year, Mr. Ban will convene a high-level meeting of world leaders to mobilize political will for a binding climate change agreement by 2015, and he emphasized that the continuous contribution of the scientific community will be crucial for decision-making in this regard.“Over the next two years, I will engage leaders at the highest level – from governments, business, finance, science and civil society – and harness the full strength of the UN system to catalyze ambitious action to reduce emissions and strengthen climate resilience,” Mr. Ban said.He also encouraged scientists to build collaborations that transcend borders and that help build capacity for research and decision-making in developing countries since they are often the most vulnerable to climate change and do not have the ability to generate and apply relevant climate information.“To successfully reduce the risks posed by climate change, we will need the full engagement of everyone – including the scientists and meteorologists who have their fingers on the pulse of our planet,” Mr. Ban concluded.Also today, the Secretary-General addressed the Denver Forum, where he spoke of three pressing global challenges: achieving sustainable development, sustainable peace and gender equity.“Country after country, leader after leader, is recognizing that we can only tackle our challenges by taking them on together,” Mr. Ban said, stressing the importance of international cooperation. “No nation, no region, no group can do it alone.”Mr. Ban will also give the commencement speech at the University of Denver, where he will also receive an honorary degree.
After going undefeated through the regular season, the Brock Badgers men’s lacrosse team wants to make history repeat itself.The Badgers will open the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association playoffs Sunday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m. when the team hosts the Laurier Golden Hawks on Brock’s Alumni Field in the first round.Brock heads into the playoffs with a perfect 12-0 regular season record, an achievement the men’s lacrosse program hasn’t pulled off since 2009, when it last won a Baggataway Cup national championship. The University has one of the most decorated lacrosse programs in the country with 18 CUFLA titles in its 31-year history.In addition to the perfect record, this year’s Badgers squad set both a team and CUFLA single-season record with 232 goals scored.“We’re happy with the season we’ve had to date,” said first-year head coach Tim Luey. “Finishing 12-0 is no small feat, but going into the season our team goal was not just to go undefeated or finish first place. We have a group of veteran players that are excited to get back into the playoffs and compete for our real goal of a national championship.”The Badgers had five players in the Top 25 of CUFLA scoring led by Brandon Slade who registered a career-high 86 points (28 goals, 58 assists) in 12 games. He became just the second player in school history to record 300 points in a career.Tyrus Rehanek finished 12th in league with 46 points, Kurtis Woodland had 39 points, Connor Ham had 34 points and rookie Connor Brown added 33.The Badgers also have one of the top defensive units in the league led by two-time CUFLA Defensive Player of the Year, Parker Baile, along with Joshua Harris, Adam Kirchmayer, Adam Mackinnon and rookie standout Latrell Harris, who also plays in the National Lacrosse League.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said in an interview on WBNS 10TV Monday that he had no knowledge of any improprieties that occurred during the tattoo-for-memorabilia scandal that rocked the football team in December 2010. “I’ve always been honest, I’ve always been forthright,” said Smith during the interview. “When I’ve made mistakes, I’ve shared that I made a mistake to my supervisor.” The one-on-one interview was his first since the OSU football team incurred NCAA sanctions after six players were caught selling their memorabilia for tattoos. Many OSU faithful felt that the athletic director knew more than he led on. Some even felt he threw former head coach Jim Tressel “under the bus.” “It’s hard, it’s difficult,” Smith responded, “particularly for my family, for my kids who live around this country and had to listen to different things, had to read certain things.” Smith said he stays true to remaining accountable for his actions and he stays focused on doing the right thing. “I think you get rewarded for accountability, I accept accountability, I think it’s important in life to do that,” he said. “I think you get respected because you man up, so to speak. And I do that constantly.” Smith was also asked how he felt about being booed while introducing Urban Meyer as the new head football coach during halftime of the OSU-Duke basketball game on Nov. 29. “It was painful,” he said, “to be booed by the people that you serve every day.” And what does he have to say to all those “boo-birds” who might doubt his sincerity? “I’d say ‘Call me, let’s chat,’” Smith quipped. “You can share your point of view and I’ll share mine, and we may come in the same spot. And if we don’t, let’s respect one another and move on.”
UNPAID M50 TOLLS totalling €3.3 million were written off in 2012, documents released to the Public Accounts Committee have revealed.The figures revealed that Irish vehicles accounted for 57 per cent of the non-payments, with a further 28 per cent from Northern Ireland. The remaining 15 per cent of vehicles had been registered internationally.Approximately 15,000 legal demand letters had been sent out in attempts to recoup the payment, in addition to over 6,000 civil summons.The National Roads Authority said that they adopted a “prudent cost effective approach when pursuing vehicles from foreign counties”, and that this was done via a company based in London.The Minister for Transport, Leo Varadkar, told Morning Ireland that 96 per cent of M50 tolls for the year had, in fact, been paid, and that he wasn’t aware of any extra measures that could be taken in order to recoup the money.‘Sometimes it’s just not possible’“Sometimes it’s just not possible [to collect the tolls],” he said. “Sometimes a driver cant be traced. Sometimes a driver may be deceased, for example, and sometimes it may not make sense to pursue them in the courts.”The transport minister said that drivers had been pursued for payment in Ireland, the UK, and further afield, saying that tolls needed to be paid in order to pay for the “infrastructure that we’re using.”People get very annoyed if they have the idea that other people are avoiding tolls or are somehow getting away with not paying their tolls. I know that annoys me too.Read: Varadkar urges local authorities to focus on road maintenance >
Astrophysique : une super-caméra pour déchiffrer le cosmosHawaï – Le projet Pan-STARRS utilise la plus grande caméra numérique du monde pour percer les secrets de l’univers. Équipant un télescope, celle-ci pourrait nous éclairer sur la mystérieuse matière noire. 1,4 milliards de pixels par image. C’est 150 fois plus qu’une caméra ordinaire, couplée au télescope prototype PS1, lui-même connecté à des supers-ordinateurs équivalant à plusieurs milliers de PC. Le collectif international Pan-STARRS (Panoramic Survey Telescope And Rapid Response System) se donne les moyens de ses ambitions. À lire aussiDes Australiens immortalisent un spectaculaire orage en time-lapseIl faut dire que celles-ci sont grandes elles-aussi, puisqu’il est question de valider la théorie de la relativité générale d’Einstein, en mettant en évidence la courbure de la lumière attirée par la gravitation autour d’objets célestes. Observer de nouvelles supernovae aussi bien que des astéroïdes proches, suivre des objets rapides et traquer les explosions d’étoiles et peut-être aussi, comprendre la nature de la fameuse matière noire et celle de l’énergie noire font également partie des objectifs visés par ce projet novateur.Tout cela est déjà bien entamé, et à une échelle encore jamais atteinte puisque le dispositif, construit par l’université de Hawaï, permettra de cartographier tout le ciel de l’hémisphère nord à raison d’un sixième chaque mois. Le 21 juin 2010 à 14:35 • Emmanuel Perrin
The Chelsea Brazilian footballer is amazed at how well Gonzalo Higuain played in their 5-0 victory over Huddersfield Town.Chelsea trashed Huddersfield Town 5-0 in the English Premier League Saturday fixture.And one key player for the amazing victory was Gonzalo Higuain, who scored two goals including the opening goal in the match.For teammate Willian, the display shown by Higuain was simply superb, and he deserved big praise.“We have a lot of good players, a quality team, and very good players in front,” Willian told the club’s official web portal.“It doesn’t matter the player that plays there, we have the same profile of football and that’s what the manager says to us: ‘Play fast, play quick.’“Higuain played very well with his movements, with one-twos around the box, so it was very good for us.”“It was much better,’ added the Brazilian after the victory.“We played really well, we did what we had to do – we had possession, we scored goals, we were clinical.“That’s it. We have to keep going.”Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.“We know when you play for Chelsea, when the results don’t come, the pressure comes,” he explained.“You have to work on the situation and, of course, we know in football you always have to improve, even when you win games.”“After the [Bournemouth] game, which was a bad game for us, we came strong and we showed character. This is Chelsea,” he concluded.Chelsea is now in fourth place of the English Premier League table with 50 points.They are eleven behind leaders Liverpool.The Blues will now visit Manchester City next week, before taking on Malmo in the UEFA Europa League and Manchester United in the FA Cup Fifth Round.⚽️⚽️ @G_Higuain is up and running! #CHEHUD pic.twitter.com/FyMsDvBObD— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 2, 2019
New Delhi: The ‘5, Ashoka Road’ bungalow in Lutyens’ Delhi – a popular wedding venue – will soon undergo a soundproofing exercise after neighbours complained of noise pollution. As per the CPWD’s plan, sheds will be installed in the open area of the bungalow and a designated place earmarked for DJ sets and diesel generators so as to contain noise pollution. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us An official said the Central Public Works Department, the prime construction agency of the central government, has also decided to install vertical gardens along the boundary walls of the bungalow to control heavy sounds emanating from events. According to the official, CPWD has sought a report from a consultant to suggest more steps so that there is no disturbance for neighbours during party events and marriage ceremonies. The ‘5 Ashoka Road’ bungalow is located in the vicinity of residences of MPs, judges, Army officers and others. “We received some complaints about noise pollution emanating from the 5, Ashoka Road, which is used for marriage ceremonies, parties and other events. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us “A consultant has been asked to submit his report to contain noise pollution. We will install sheds, vertical gardens to control the same,” the official said. The bungalow, located in Lutyens’ Delhi, is maintained by the Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry (HUA). The ministry recently launched a mobile application book its 5 Ashoka Road bungalow. A person wanting to book the 5 Ashoka Road, can also check its availability on a particular date, charges and rules among other details through the mobile application.
Popular on Variety Service of Microsoft’s Bing search engine appears to have been restored in mainland China on Friday after a blackout that prompted users to fear it had been blocked by Chinese censors.“We can confirm that Bing was inaccessible in China, but service is now restored,” a Microsoft spokesman told Variety, without further elaboration. Chinese users had begun reporting Wednesday that they were unable to access the site.The brief hiatus in service was due to an accidental technical error, not censorship, Bloomberg News cited two anonymous sources as saying. Earlier, the Financial Times cited two anonymous sources as saying the block had been government-directed.China operates one of the world’s most restrictive censorship regimes, and Bing is only allowed to operate in the country because it agrees to delete content deemed offensive or threatening to the ruling Communist Party. Google, on the other hand, halted search services in mainland China in 2010 over concerns of censorship and hacking. The temporary Bing blackout remains a warning sign for foreign tech firms seeking to operate in China, where authorities can decide to ban or block sites and services without explanation.At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday, Microsoft president Brad Smith said that such problems occur regularly for the company and noted that, in 2017, Microsoft’s Skype also temporarily disappeared from Chinese app stores.“It’s not the first time that we’ve encountered issues like this for being in China. These do arise periodically,” he said, according to Bloomberg. “We do adhere to the global network initiative set of principles when it comes to search services in China. And that does mean that there are days when there are either difficult negotiations or even disagreements, but we’re not aware of any ongoing negotiation or disagreement.”The Bing block came as Chinese leaders gathered at Davos to promote an image of China as pro-trade and open for business, in contrast to the U.S.’s increasingly protectionist stance under the Trump administration.China has increased government oversight of the Internet to unprecedented levels in the past year. Authorities deleted about 6 million online posts and 26,000 “illegal websites” just in 2018, the official Xinhua news agency said earlier this month. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
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SAN FRANCISCO, California – Snapchat on Monday confirmed that six billion vanishing videos are viewed daily at the service in a three-fold surge from early this year.The highly-valued startup declined to comment on what it thought was powering the rapid growth.“It is a huge number for them,” analyst Rob Enderle of Enderle Group said of the Snapchat video viewing number. “But, you have to be concerned about the nature of the videos, and if they are illicit in nature, a huge number could go away.”The analyst considered it challenging to make money from videos that vanish after being sent from one person to another, instead of lingering for arrays of people to watch the way they do at online venues such as YouTube or Facebook.Facebook revealed during a quarterly earnings call last week that more than eight billion videos are viewed daily at the leading social network, jumping to a level twice as high as it was early this year.Videos are considered viewed at Snapchat after being displayed for fractions of seconds, while its takes several seconds to achieve that status at Facebook and approximately half-a-minute at YouTube.Snapchat stories and replaysSnapchat’s appeal has been the promise that messages shared disappear shortly after being viewed, providing users a sense of being able to keep pictures or videos private and ephemeral.Last month, Snapchat introduced a “replay” feature for those disappearing messages, giving users an option to get another look at three “snaps” for a fee of 99 cents. The feature was the first by the Los Angeles-based social network to get revenue from its user base in addition to advertising messages.In May, the company said it raised $537 million in a new round of equity funding. The vanishing-message service did not disclose who bought stakes in the Los Angeles-based company, which came at a price estimated to give Snapchat a value of more than $15 billion, according to media reports.Snapchat rejected a $3 billion takeover offer from Facebook in 2013.Snapchat rocketed to popularity in the United States, especially among teenagers, after the initial app was released in September 2011. The smartphone app has since added features, such as letting users in the United States send money to friends by simply typing dollar amounts into new “Snapcash” messages.The feature came from a collaboration between Snapchat and Square, a mobile payments company headed by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey.Snapchat also added a “Stories” feature that strings together a series of “snaps” to create a narrative that is available for repeated viewing by recipients for 24 hours. Facebook Comments Related posts:Smartphone taxi service hits Costa Rica Costa Rica Supreme Court: You have a right to WhatsApp Twitter has a huge problem — and it’s all in your head Why Google’s new quantum computer could launch an artificial intelligence arms race
Mantra Hotel Group has announced the acquisition of two properties in Tasmania, the Hotel Collins in Hobart and the Hotel Charles in Launceston.These two properties will be rebranded as Mantra Collins Hotel Hobart and Mantra Charles Hotel Launceston on 30 April 2015, and will expand the hotel group’s presence in Tasmania.The new hotels will increase the number of Mantra Group hotels in Tasmania to six, joining Mantra One Sandy Bay Road in Hobart and the three regional Peppers properties, Peppers Seaport Launceston, Peppers York Cove and Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge.Mantra Group negotiated an off-market opportunity to secure the leaseholds from Tasmanian businessman Lyndon Jago, who currently markets the hotels under the Stay Tasmania brand.Mantra Group chief executive officer Bob East, said the new hotels were a significant addition to the Mantra portfolio.“Hobart and Launceston are strong markets and with forecasted domestic leisure visitation growth, future market conditions are favourable for each. Both hotels have an excellent reputation, ranking in the top ten for their respective cities on TripAdvisor, and they are an ideal addition to the Mantra brand,” Mr East said.Hotel Collins was constructed in 2009 and boasts an enviable location in the heart of Hobart‘s waterfront district.It consists of 80 guest rooms and apartments, all stylishly furnished with a contemporary design, with views of Mt Wellington, Queens Domain or the waterfront.Hotel Charles opened in July 2010 as part of an iconic Launceston redevelopment and has 99 contemporary rooms and an extensive range of facilities including a 60 seat restaurant, and conference room for up to 60 delegates.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wiseman
July 13, 2016This Monday an acrobatic performance troupe from Pittsburg put on a small spectacle in the Colly Soleri Amphitheater. CatActTrophy – the name of the play – serves as a comment on pollution, population control, mass-media, love, bureaucracy, and of course, cats.[photo by Chloe Feng, text by Sean-Paul von Ancken]The play is both sincere and humorous, deep moments of societal reconciliation that are followed by mock advertisements for dystopio-futuristic products. The absurdity and whimsy of the experience clashed well with the raw and dignified conviction of the performers.[photo by Chloe Feng]To start, gigantic slugs, home-made out of fabrics, paper mache, and pipe cleaners slowly oozed their way on to the set, chomping on a few audience members along the way.[photo by Raymond Schwartz]The plot continued along, steadily orienting and then disorienting the audience until the performers suddenly engaged in some truly awe inspiring acrobatics. Aerial flips, catches, throws, and stalls were executed with strength, grace, and precision. We are honored to have had such avante guard performers come through our space, and wish them well on their tour.[photo by Chloe Feng]
No attempt to demonise or undermine the work of the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) will stop the implementation of the national health scheme (Gesy), the group said on Saturday.The organisation was responding to Friday’s accusations by the private hospital association (Pasin) that said the HIO had been lying about the plan’s management.The HIO, tasked with managing the Gesy, said that they were disappointed in Pasin and that the group had conducted an “orchestrated campaign to create tension and a sense of insecurity” about the scheme.“The people, organisations, political parties, the parliament, and the whole state have decided that the Gesy will be equal, universal, sturdy, social, unified, and not a system where the majority of citizens are required to receive second-rate medical aid,” the HIO said.It added that Pasin’s ‘war of words’ would not stop Gesy from being enacted in the timeframe that has been set out.On Friday, Pasin spokemsan Dr Marinos Soteriou said the HIO’s lies were aimed at cultivating super expectations among the public for a health scheme that was planned “haphazardly and in an amateur way 2.The proposed Gesy, Soteriou said, “is unfortunately ill since its inception”. It was for this reason, he said, that it needed competent doctors and quality inpatient care to get well.Soteriou said it was a lie that Gesy was based on actuarial study analysing the existing system and comparing it with the proposed health scheme. The study was carried out in 2010 and did not take into consideration the economic crisis three years later. He said it needed to be updated “so that we know what is true today and not what was true nine years ago.”Pasin also dismissed as lies the idea that Gesy would provide universal health care that patients would be able to choose any doctor or hospital they wished and receive top-quality healthcare.“The HIO already knows that patients who can afford to, can pay the difference and buy brand name drugs,” Soteriou said. This alone, he said, creates “two-tier patients”.He added that patients would not be able to choose any hospital or doctor, as they will have no access to hospitals and doctors who chose not to join Gesy if they are not covered by private insurance or are unable to cover medical expenses.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Remand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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